The Sneaky Bottle Water Cooler Makes Its Way From the Office to the Home

As of late, many people have started using bottled water dispensers in the home as well as at the office. This is because, although many areas public drinking water has been labeled as safe, most still have a number of pollutants, often not visible through some testing methods, such as drug runoff from people flushing or pouring old chemicals and pharmaceuticals down the drain. After which these products can contaminate area water supplies. Then, once these pollutants get into the local water distribution pipeline, individuals using such water may often become ill without realizing the cause of such illness. Therefore, using a bottled water dispenser or double-wall vacuum flask is one good way to assure one is drinking cleaner water than from the tap alone.

Fortunately, a movement to clean up local waterways and restore clean drinking water to millions worldwide has recently been brought to light through various environmental and online groups working toward such a goal. Until such time however, one can have a great deal fewer plastic bottles or other items to recycle by using one of these dispensers which generally hold three to twenty gallons of water at a time. In addition, as these bottles are reusable, one can basically eliminate a large portion of recycling when it comes to individual kids bottles.

When setting up such a system in the home or office, one must decide on which basic set up one would like to have. As there are both counter top and standing floor models and those which allow the consumer cold water, hot water or both. Also, some models connect directly to a water supply line in the home, such as an ice or water dispenser on a side-by-side refrigerator unit where others can be connected to a direct plumbing line, or there are those that just plug into the wall and cool the water as it sits in the reservoir. In addition, only recently have a few companies started delivering systems for the home in which one can clean their own water through the process of reverse osmosis. Some of these systems clean the water independently while others require one to load water into a container and run the system in order for the reverse osmosis process to begin, after which process is complete, one can pour such water into a large pitcher or other container as desired.

Although, there have only been a few of these systems developed for the home, one can assure one is getting the cleanest possible drinking water by using one of these systems. However, most of these cold and hot kids thermos flask dispensers which also treat the water are fairly expensive. However, there are a few counter top and other designs which prove less expensive than buying bottled water over time. One of the easiest to operate and understand is most likely the counter top reverse osmosis treatment which cleans one gallon of water at a time. Regardless of the model, as most consumers only use spring or treated water in such set-ups, the water generally tastes fresh until a time the bottle needs to be refilled regardless of which type of water is being used in the system.

Therefore, one also need be aware that there are a variety of water types which can be sold for traditional bottle water coolers. The main three water types for these dispensers include, distilled, spring and pretreated water. Distilled water, is generally regular tap water which has been filtered before sale. One also wants to be careful and read labels closely, for when buying spring water, it is always good to know whether it was kids stainless steel water bottle at the source or has been open to contamination through transportation. Whereas, pretreated water has been cleansed through a process generally known as reverse osmosis, in which the impurities are removed from the water while the essential elements are replaced.

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